During Shared Parental Leave: SPLIT Days & Contact

Employees are not obliged to stay in touch during shared parental leave but you are entitled to make reasonable contact from time to time and must keep them informed about certain issues, such as changes proposed to their role, or promotion opportunities. ‘Shared parental leave in touch’ or ‘SPLIT’ days allow employees to work for up to 20 days during their shared parental leave and can be useful for employees to attend training courses, conferences or team meetings, particularly in the run-up to their return to work.  

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